Domain: cato.org

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U.S. Immigration Policy
Commentary from the Cato Institute on
President Trump's immigration plan.
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U.S. Immigration Policy
Commentary from the Cato Institute on
President Trump's immigration plan.
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President Trump's immigration plan.
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U.S. Immigration Policy
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U.S. Trade with China
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the Need for a Free Trade Agreement.
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Internet Gambling: Prohibition v. Legalization (Testimony)
May 21, 1998 ... Thank you for inviting me to testify today on the relative merits of prohibiting Internet gambling versus legalizing it. ...
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A Monetary History of the United States, 1867–1960
Nov 21, 2003 ... Milton Friedman and Anna Schwartz’s A Monetary History of the United States, 1867–1960 is perhaps the most influential work in economic ...
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Internet Gambling: Prohibition v. Legalization (Testimony)
May 21, 1998 ... Law enforcement agents have seized the media spotlight by telling scary stories and demanding new powers to crush Internet gambling. ...
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Internet Gambling: Popular, Inexorable, and (Eventually) Legal
Lawmakers and prohibitionists can neither effectively stop Internet gambling nor justify their attempts to do so. In the long run it will, ...
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Internet Gambling: Prohibition v. Legalization (Testimony)
May 21, 1998 ... Internet Technology Renders Prohibition Futile. The very architecture of the Internet renders gambling prohibition futile. ...
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Internet Gambling: Prohibition v. Legalization (Testimony)
May 21, 1998 ... (10) About $100 billion of that sum will go toward illegal bets, demonstrating that Americans already pay little heed to anti-gambling laws. ...
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Internet Gambling: Popular, Inexorable, and (Eventually) Legal
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML such an argument will almost certainly fail to affect pub- lic policy. ..... expert on gambling law, offered this trenchant analysis of ...
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Benjamin H. Friedman discusses Iceland selling its air force base ...
Benjamin H. Friedman discusses Iceland selling its air force base on Federal News Radio. November 19, 2008 (31:28). Steve H. Hanke discusses the Monetary ...
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Iceland Comes in From the Cold With Flat Tax Revolution
Rather than creating a revenue loss for the government, Iceland's corporate tax cuts have coincided with rapidly rising corporate tax revenues, ...
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F T C E S C R
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML the market. Likewise, the executive director of a major retailer of Fair. Trade coffee assured me that the problem with Fair Trade is the ...
 
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